1691 – Born on the 1st of October in Chelsea, England.
1720 – He entered Parliament as a member for the borough of Guildford.
1728 – He was elected Speaker of the House of Commons, being the third member of his family to hold this office.
1930 – He was involved in the efforts to start an institution in London that would care for abandoned and illegitimate children.
1734 – He became Treasurer of the Navy in British.
1761 – He retired from the position of Speaker and from parliament.
1768 – He died on the 17th of February, at the age of 76, he was buried at St Nicholas Church, Thames Ditton.